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Summer of Science

Four Weeks of Summer, Sun, and Science

Methods, Technology, and Big Data Posters 

Presenters will be available for live interaction Friday, June 12, 5:00-6:00 p.m EDT

General comments can be left on the comment board next to the poster. 

Ecosystem metabolism and carbon spiraling in a restored tallgrass prairie stream

Authors:

David W. P. Manning1, Ashlee L. Dere2, Andrew W. Miller3, and Tracy J. Coleman1

Institution:

1Department of Biology, 2Department of Geography and Geology, and 3Department of Chemistry, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Keywords:

Big Data, Restoration, Metabolism, Carbon

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Temperature Dependence of Ecosystem Respiration Among Streams with Nitrogen Fixers

Author:

Hilary Madinger

Institution:

Concordia University Wisconsin

Keywords:

Biogeochemisty, Carbon, Metabolism

Freshwater ecoacoustics: listening to the ecological status of multi-stressed lowland waters

Authors:

Gea H. van der Lee, Camille Desjonquères, Jérôme Sueur, Michiel H. S. Kraak, Piet F. M. Verdonschot

Institution:

University of Amsterdam/ Wageningen Environmental Research

Keywords:

Biomonitoring, Metabolism, Macroinvertebrates, Multiple stressors

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Photons in the stream: Linking light availability and productivity across 300 US rivers

Authors:

Audrey Thellman1, Phil Savoy2, and Emily Bernhardt1

Institution:

1Duke University, 2USGS Contractor

Keywords:

Methods, Productivity, Metabolism, Big Data

High-Frequency Data Reveal Variability in Dissolved Organic Matter and Nitrate Fluxes From a Small Coastal Reservoir

Authors:

Christopher Whitney*, Wilfred Wollheim

Institution:

University of New Hampshire, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment

Keywords:

Biogeochemisty, Dams and hydropower, Nitrogen, Carbon

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Wildfire effects on water quality at continental and global scales: A meta-analysis

Authors:

Tyler B. Hampton*12, Simon Lin3, Nandita B. Basu123

Institution:

The University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; 1 The Water Institute; 2 Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences; 3 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Keywords:

Extreme events, Land-water linkages, Nitrogen, Wildfire

Characterization of Conditioning Films and Bacterial Communities on Microplastic Disks in Freshwater

Authors:

M. Rumman Hossain, Andrew Eager. Dr. Christopher Blackwood, Dr. Laura Leff

Institution:

Department of Biological Sciences

Kent State University, Kent, OH

Keywords:

Plastics and trash, Microbial, Environmental flows, Urban

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Predicting eDNA transport and degradation in flowing waters: application of a conservation tool using integrated experimental, field, and modeling approaches

Authors:

 Elise Snyder1*, Jennifer Tank1, Scott Egan2, DiogoBolster1, Gary Lamberti1, Kyle Bibby1, Arial Shogren1

Institution:

1Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556, USA.

2Department of BioSciences, Rice University, 

Keywords:

Conservation, Invasive species, Management, eDNA

Distribution of Anthropogenic Litter: Monitoring Methods and Connections to Biotic Indicators of Stream Health

Authors:

 Lauren Wisbrock1, Shelly Moore2

Institution:

 1Department of Biology, Loyola University Chicago

Kent State University, 2San Francisco Estuary Institute

Keywords:

Contaminants, Methods, Plastics and trash, Urban

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Real-time anomaly detection strategies

for aquatic sensor data

Authors:

G. Litt, Bobby Hensley

Institution:

National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), 

Keywords:

Big Data, Biogeochemisty, Methods, Technologies

Assessing topographic mapping accuracy using aerial drone with terrestrial and submerged aquatic ground control points

Authors:

Bonnie Turek, Alexandra Evans, Scott Greenwood, Kevin Gardner, Peyton Sanborn

Institution:

University of New Hampshire

Keywords:

Restoration, Environmental flows, Dams and hydropower, Conservation, Geospatial, Policy

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Review of Analysis Approaches for Opportunistic Species Occurrence Data

Author:

Caitlin Mandeville1, Anders Finstad1, Wouter Koch1,2, Erlend Nilsen3

Institution:

Norwegian University of Science and Technology1; Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre2; Norwegian Institute for Nature Research3

Keywords:

Big Data, Biodiversity

Substrate Amino Acid Composition Influences Estimates of Allochthony Through Fungal Pathways

Authors:

Emily R. Arsenault1, Jia Huan Liew2, and Jacob R. Hopkins1

Institution:

1Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas and Kansas Biological Survey, 2School of Biological Sciences, University of Hong Kong

Keywords:

Food webs, Land-water linkages, Methods, Carbon

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Witnessing Watersheds: A Multimodal Approach for River Research and Communication

Authors:

Mary Harner,  Emma Brinley Buckley 

Institution:

University of Nebraska at Kearney

Keywords:

Technologies, Socio-ecological, Biomonitoring, Outreach

 A comparison of water quality sensor deployment designs

Authors:

 R.T. Hensley1*, G.F. Litt1**, K.J. Goodman1, K.M. Cawley1, N.M. Harrison1& B. Nance1

Institution:

National Ecological Observatory Network, Boulder CO

Keywords:

Methods, Biogeochemisty, Metabolism, Sensors

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 An Innovative Field Approach to Inform Modeling Riparian Nitrogen Dynamics in Incised Stream Networks

Authors:

Daniel Buhr1, Brian Bledsoe1, Roderick Lammers1, Dean Fletcher2

Institution:

1University of Georgia College of Engineering, 2Savannah River Ecology Laboratory

Keywords:

Land-water linkages, Nitrogen, Biogeochemisty, Methods

Climate change and benthic macroinvertebrate communities in rivers

Authors:

 Kimberly Bourne1, Ryan Calder1, ShantarZuidema2, Celia Chen3, Mark Borsuk1

Institution:

 1Duke University, 2University of New Hampshire, 3Dartmouth College

Keywords:

Climate Change, Management, Macroinvertebrates, Multiple stressors

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Development and testing of an unmanned surface vehicle platform for mapping water quality in streams and rivers

Authors:

Natalie A. Griffiths1, Peter S. Levi2, Jeffery S. Riggs1, Christopher R. DeRolph1, Allison M. Fortner1, and Jason K. Richards1

Institution:

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2Drake University

Keywords:

Technologies, Land-water linkages, Methods, Geospatial

Trajectories Nutrient Dataset for Nitrogen (TREND-Nitrogen): Shifting Hotspots and Dominant Controls

Authors:

Danyka K. Byrnes , Kimberly J. Van Meter , Nandita B. Basu

Institution:

1University of Waterloo Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, 3University of Waterloo Department Earth and Environmental Sciences

Keywords:

Nitrogen, Dataset, Big Data, Management, Land-water linkages, Groundwater, Harmful algal blooms, Biogeochemisty

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Machine Learning for Autonomous Benthic Macroinvertebrate Identification

Authors:

Molly E. Landon1, Teresa J. Mathews1, Natalie A. Griffiths1, Ryan A. McManamay2

Institution:

 1Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Sciences Division, 2Baylor University

Keywords:

Biomonitoring, Methods, Macroinvertebrates, Technologies

Species composition drives macroinvertebrate community classification

Authors:

 Jip de Vries 1, Michiel H.S. Kraak 1, Ralf C.M. Verdonschot 2, Piet F.M. Verdonschot 1,2

Institution:

 1Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam, 2Wageningen Environmental Research, Wageningen University & Research

Keywords:

Biomonitoring, Macroinvertebrates, Big Data, Classification

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Patterns in aquatic plant communities

across the NEON network

Authors:

Stephanie M. Parker and Geoffrey House

Institution:

National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)

Keywords:

Climate Change, Macrophytes, Biodiversity

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